Are you a fan of Dr. Stone manga series then I know you are now eagerly waiting for chapter 202. In today’s article, we come here with a lot of news and information regarding the upcoming chapter of Dr. Stone manga.
So, if you are interested to know more about this, then go through this article till the end. Here we mainly talk about the release date, preview, and how you read it online. But before going to that let’s quickly talk about the Dr. Stone manga.
About the Dr. Stone manga
Dr. Strange is basically a Japanese manga that is written by Riichiro Inagaki and illustrated by Korean writer Bolchi. The manga is basically based on sci-fi where we see the main character Senku Ishigami. He is a great science genius who just wants to rebuild the whole civilization which is mysteriously petrified over 3700 years.
This Manga start its journey on the 6th March 2017 and till now it’s running with great success and readers’ satisfaction. And now the publishers are going to publish chapter 202 very soon.
Preview of Dr. Stone Chapter 202
As we all know, the chapters of Dr. Stone is how mysterious and twisted that’s why we never accurately speculate the upcoming events. But we can guess a little bit from the previous chapter 201. In the previous one we see the Senku Ishigami is now in a way to recreate the world once again. For that reason, the team of Senku started their journey to build cities in whole over the world, but on that moment we see the return of why-man. Senku get a message from the why-man where he sees the message threatening them to ask they are want to alive or not.
At that moment Senku found the real identity of this why-man and they are now preparing for launching a rocket to go to the moon. That’s why they select the launch area which is Barcelona, Spain.
Chapter 202 will be landed on the 27th of June,2021. This date is now officially confirmed so, that’s why you need not worry about it.
How to read online?
As usual, this manga is available on Manga Plus and Viz media. From here you read this manga completely free of cost.
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